The Queensland governing administration has launched laws to guidance the condition-huge rollout of its long term digital driver’s licence.
Transportation Minister Mark Bailey launched the Transportation and Other Legislation (Highway Protection, Technology and Other Matters) Amendment Invoice 2020 in parliament on Tuesday.
He claimed the bill would amend current laws to recognise the digital driver’s licence app at this time staying built by French tech and engineering heavyweight Thales as a legitimate type of identification.
“As a outcome of these amendments, when you want to demonstrate your id to governing administration you will be able to use the app in the identical way you would use a physical merchandise this kind of as a driver’s licence,” he claimed.
The app, touted as the country’s initially ISO-compliant digital licence answer, is predicted to to begin with deliver accessibility digital passes for driver’s licences, image ID cards and recreational marine licences.